Earth Monkey Productions brings you Evan Morris - The Doors Of Turmoil
Evan Morris has no interest in being like other people that perform live electronic music with laptops. Who just stare really intensely at their screen while they play solitaire(or whatever) and play back their songs on a CD. Well, maybe not everyone is doing this but how can you tell. Instead Evan in reaction to this behavior, has built his own hardware/software interface to at least try to make things a little bit more interesting because, how interesting is staring at someone who never moves. I mean to say that Evans hardware interface has pretty lights that dance around.
June 24, 2008 Subject:
I keep liking everything I here from this guy.
January 3, 2007 Subject:
I liked it a lot!
August 4, 2006 Subject:
was fun at first
This album, is pretty nice. It's great that he creates his own hardware for his means of production, but It needs some more work. The songs seem to all have the same style and feel, and it gets rather repetitive and predictable. The whole sampling of string instruments and cutting it up to sound un-natural is fun and all, (or what ever instrument he is using for which ever song) but you need more elements then that for a great tune. I suggest you mix the elements of your live box, with what most other electronic groups do. Most of them these days have mixboards and things like this, where they can alter samples the repeat, while you perform the main melodies. Possibly get a few more members so you can spread more sound, but if you perfer not to, then just one magic box likely won't do it all. Evan has great attentions he just needs a better label, better art, and a bit more practice.